SDN between Nodes to provide an internal network

krikey

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Aug 15, 2018
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I have a 3 node cluster in my home lab. Each Node has a single NIC and all can access the WAN and the physical LAN ok.

I'm struggling to set up a VNET or virtual network so that some of the VMs/LXCs can exist on their own separate network but across the nodes.

I've installed and configured SDN on the cluster and can see that zone1 (simple) is showing on each of the nodes which I then set up two LXCs 104 & 106 called "test", each using VNET1 which is in zone1.

104 is set to use 10.0.1.10/24 and 106 is set to use 10.0.1.20/24



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Clearly I'm doing something wrong but I cannot see what the issue is.
 
Simple zone are more for isolated network, or routed network. With différents subnets by node. You can try vlan or vxlan zones if you need a layer2 between nodes.
 

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